Toilets from Exact Bathrooms Cirencester

When deciding to upgrade your bathroom, the type of toilet is one of the first things most people think about. There are many different types of toilets on the market and choosing the right one is important.

Do have a look at the choices of toilet by clicking on the right-hand menus to see pictures and descriptions, or scrolling through the images within the galleries at the bottom of the page.

Toilet Cistern Capacity

The cistern capacity means how many litres of water the cistern will hold. Different designs and sizes of cisterns will have different capacities. The standard capacity of a UK cistern is around 6 litres of water, however with recent changes in Regulations there is an eco-friendlier option whereby this particular type of cistern only holds and uses around 3-4 litres of water each time it is flushed.

What comes with a Toilet?

In the main package when you purchase a toilet you will have both the pan, the cistern and the internal fittings within the cistern. A toilet seat may or may not come with the toilet depending on the range chosen.

What does not come with a Toilet?

Generally, there are several items which are not included when buying a toilet. These items tend to be waste pipes, inlet pipes, wall mounting brackets and floor fixing kits etc which would have to bought separately.

Exact Bathrooms Cirencester offer a full range of toilets to suit every bathroom and every customer’s budget.

Please do feel free to come along to our Cirencester premises and have a chat with Leisa, Matt or one of the team as we are more than happy to give any advice no matter how small the question, or visit us to take a look at the bathroom suites and sanitaryware we currently have on display and pick up one of our bathroom brochures.

We are here to help in any way we can.

Please call Exact Bathrooms Cirencester on 01285 706000, email: info@bathroomscirencester.co.uk

We are based at:
Unit 6, Global Business Park,
Wilkinson Road,
Cirencester, GL7 1YZ

We are open Monday to Friday 9am to 5pm and 9am to 12noon on a Saturday. Leisa, Matt and the team look forward to being of service to you.

Click to open and view each type of Toilet;

Back to wall toilet

Back to wall toiletA back to wall toilet is a more modern type of toilet.  The toilet cistern is concealed behind either a wall or unit for a cleaner, sleeker look.

 

Comfort Height Toilet

Comfort Height ToiletA comfort height toilet is ideal for customers who are elderly, less mobile, or who may have joint issues, the higher toilet height makes it a much more accessible toilet that is easier for everyday use.

 

Corner Toilet

Corner ToiletFor smaller bathrooms, en-suites or cloakrooms a corner toilet is ideal as it is more compact and therefore does not require as much space.

 

Close Coupled Toilet

Close coupled toiletA close-coupled toilet is the most commonly found type of toilet and can be chosen in both modern and traditional styles. This type of toilet has a general appeal and will suit many bathroom styles.

 

High Level Toilet

High Level ToiletA high-level toilet is a traditional styled toilet, particularly suited if you are looking for a Victorian style of bathroom as the cistern is usually very ornate and is fitted much higher up the wall and connected to the toilet pan by a flush pipe. If a beautifully styled traditional toilet is what you require, it is hard to beat a high-level toilet.

 

Low Level Toilet

low level toiletA low-level toilet is a traditional styled toilet, particularly suited if you are looking for a Victorian style of bathroom as the cistern is usually very ornate. With a low-level toilet the cistern is fitted lower down the wall and connected to the toilet pan by a shorter flush pipe than that of a high-level toilet. Again, this is a beautifully styled traditional toilet.

 

Wall Hung Toilet

Wall Hung ToiletA wall hung toilet is similar to a back to wall toilet as it also has a hidden cistern but the main pan of the toilet does not sit on the floor. With the use of hidden wall mounted brackets, the toilet appears to be floating above the floor.

 

Toilet Seats

Toilet SeatWhen you are buying a toilet, there can be several different choices and options for the toilet seat. They do not always come as standard, so it is important that you check. What is included with the toilet you choose.

 

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